Include A My Journal section alongside My Day, My Life, My Training
Writing in a journal helps bring clarity to a lot of situations and somehow helps sift through confusion. That's my experience anyway. The DTP does a great job with ideas, I think A My Journal section would help flesh out and bring to mind the really good ideas . I already use a journal quite a bit and it would be super to drop a good idea into the Dream Catcher. Of course access to the Journal should only be for the writer of the journal.
John Turner commented
Great idea! Along with this feature, searchability, hashtags, and keywords would be helpful.
stan - commented
Love this Idea! It would help to facilitate learning by making it possible to take notes on a personal level of the concepts and impact on my life. How it is improving my life and the challenges and successes that I am experiencing along the way. It would be an integral part of the Life Evolution Process and a HABIT that is a fantastic way to provide personal growth, reflection, and success.
Ingram Sanders commented
I really like this idea as it could be used to make notes on what I've learned.
It's hard to keep track of all the great features as you go through the training so if I could refer back to my training journal entries I could quickly review what I needed to ensure I didn't forget how to use a function...
Nonita Velez commented
The A My Journal is fantastic to have one. It really helps the daily routine focus and bring constant
greatness everyday. To be grateful living every moment of my life gives me wisdom the things I love to do. I have develop and done my Journal daily for personal usage.
Yassin Shaar commented
this feature would be fantastic !
I second what "Deon Bills" voices. I also go through multiple questions i answer at the end of each day.
What did i learn today ?
What didn't i achieve and why?
Deon Bills commented
I agree and in addition would like to be able to add my own set of questions to reflect on at the beginning and end of each day. I have used this feature with other systems (manual) that rotate a series of questions each day of the week to move through 7 areas of your life. This keeps me focused on balanced development of my goals and related plans. Thanks!
Dylan Haddock commented
This is definitely something that would add benefit to the already fantastic and continually improving interface. Thanks for posting it Mike. Samantha and Steve also thank you for your comments. I love the idea of having the completed items added to the journal at the end of a certain time period for posterity. I was printing out the Daily Targets for a while and have my own little archive, though it ends up taking more time that way, at least when I have regular computer and Internet connectivity. Definitely also a useful tool in professional and personal development. You have my votes 3 ;)
Samantha Laidlaw commented
This would be excellent. I have never been very good at keeping a diary, but I would like to start. What would be fantastic is if as well as a daily journal - at the end of each week, the software collaborates all the items you've achieved and puts them into your diary as a record of what you have done that week. At the end of each year, you have a fantastic momento of your life - perhaps a feature to be able to print it into a 'journal' keepsake for years to come. This would make my day!
Steve Phillips commented
Thanks for sharing this idea. I just emailed support with this same idea yesterday and they referred me to this idea site. You have my votes...:) I too am a great believer in progressive/professional reflection journaling as an educator. More than just for navel gazing or fantastical thinking, journaling has allowed me to internalize new material and ideas for classroom and broader professional development. How can we push this idea further up the chain my friend?